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16031 No Longer Available with No Replacement

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16031 No Longer Available with No Replacement

Part Number: 16031

Brand: Faip, Excell, Devilbiss, DeWalt, Sears

This specific item or model is no longer available. All associated information is for reference purposes only.

The 16031 manifold is "No Longer Available" with no replacement for the manifold.

We suggest replacinging the complete pump with the 510001, 90027 or the PK-18219-RPL OEM Technologies High Pressure Pumps listed depending on the application

We have found some vendors selling aftermarket China made manifolds that may or may not work on the Faip pumps but our best results for a complete repair have been in replacing the complete pump.

The 16031 Complete Manifold Replacement Kit fits many pressure washers made by: DeVilbiss, Ex-Cell, Faip, Briggs & Stratton, Generac, Troy-Bilt and others.

The Faip manifold part number 16031 will fit most of the MTPV Series pressure washers made by Faip.

The following pressure washers used the DeVilbiss Air Power Company Water Driver Series model:

1502CVBS Type 0
1502CVBS Type 1
1502CVTW Type 0
2002CWT Type 2
37801 Type 0
EXWGV1721 Type 0
EXWGV1721 Type 1
EXWGV2121-C Type 0
MV3000B Type 0
MV3600B Type 0
MV3600B Type 1
MV4000B Type 0
MV4000B Type 1
WG2022 Type 2
WGV1518 Type 0
WGV1520 Type 0
WGV1520 Type 1
WGV1521 Type 0
WGV1721 Type 0
WGV1721 Type 1
WGV1721 Type 2
WGV2020 Type 0
WGV2020 Type 1
WGV2020 Type 2
WGV2021 Type 0
WGV2021 Type 1
WGV2021 Type 2
WGVB2122 Type 0
WGVB2122-C Type 0

The 16031 / 198102GS Manifold also fits the Troy-Bilt model 020242-4

Additional Information
16031, Manifold Kit, Replacement part, Parts, Faip Pump, MTPV, pk17909, pk17908, pk17907, pk18105, unloader, bypass, cracked housing, aluminum casting, pot metal, MTPV93517, 189943gs, 193486GS, Briggs and Stratton, Generac, Homelite, Troy Built, Simpson, Delco, FNA
Service Information
Note: On some older model Faip pumps you may need to drill the 4 holes of the new manifold with a 7/32 Drill Bit in order for the bolt holes to align properly.

We see this on about 5% of the older pumps and the larger holes do not effect the performance of the manifold .

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